Clark Coolidge, Robert Creeley and Steve Lacy panel, Poetry and jazz, July, 1991.
First half of a panel on jazz featuring Clark Coolidge, Steve Lacy, Nathaniel Mackey, and Robert Creeley. Coolidge, who worked as a jazz drummer at one time, begins by reading his piece, "A note on bop." The panelists move on to a discussion of bop as a language, rhythm, the relationship of words to music, and their own experiences with jazz. They also touch briefly on the work of Harry Partch. (Continues on 91P066)
Run time 1:31:10Label / Recorded by Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics